Prof. Dershowitz calls Media Matters 'Stalinist'
Does the left seem totalitarian to you? Does the vile scapegoating of every single GOP candidate but Romney (and his turn is coming) look like the rise of a one-party state? Who does Obama really remind you of?
Well, Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz has finally said the magic word, specifically about Media Matters and the survival of Israel, but really about the core militant left today. Including its favorite billionaires.
"First of all, [Media Matters] are not liberals. They are radical Stalinists, for the most part. ... They're radical extremists....And any association with the Obama administration is going to hurt the Obama administration. There's not enough room under a big tent for both me, and people who are like me-support Israel, I'm a centrist in support of Israel, I'm in favor of the two-state solution-there's not enough room for me and the bigots of Media Matters. The Obama administration is going to have to choose....I could not vote for any candidate who had anything to do with Media Matters. That's clear. That's as clear as can be. I will not-I will take an oath here that I will not vote for a candidate who has any direct association with Media Matters."
Maybe conservatives who keep seeing totalitarians on the left aren't crazy after all.
The power of leftist totalitarians is a huge problem for American safety and liberty. But letting them thrive and grow in secret is the worst part of the problem. William Buckley kicked totalitarian ideologues out of the conservative movement decades ago.
The Democratic Party just imported them under politically correct labels.
When big media voices tell us that the US Constitution is outdated, that democracy can't work, that socialist Europe represents the future, that America is evil, while the US President bows down to the King of Saudi Arabia and the President of China ... there's a message. When the President invades Libya without even notifying Congress, as required by law and the US Constitution, there's a message. When the US Attorney General violates the laws passed by Congress, not just once but repeatedly, and laughs at Congressional oversight, there's a message.
Alan Dershowitz just gave a name to that message.